12 booked for assaulting Chutala village residents : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

12 booked for assaulting Chutala village residents

Woman says she was molested

12 booked for assaulting Chutala village residents

Photo for representational purpose only. - File photo



Our Correspondent

Tarn Taran, June 16

A free for all prevailed in Chutala village on the night of June 14 when a group of 12 persons attacked a house after switching off the village lights. The assailants smashed articles in the house and allegedly molested and disrobed a 40-year-old woman.

The Sadar police on the complaint of victim Rajbir Kaur, booked Heera Singh, his son Jobanpreet Singh, Vishal Singh Shali, Simranjit Singh, Harmit Singh, Harmit Singh Pita, Baljit Singh and Simmi, residents of Chutala, Mehakdeep Singh Mehak and Jashanpreet Singh, residents of Taragarh Talawan village, and Sukhwinder Singh Kash and Salwinder Singh Sanju of Dinewal village, in this connection. The police said Vishal , Harmit, Mehakdeep , Salwinder and Jashanpreet were arrested.

ASI Ashwani Kumar, investigating officer, said the suspects switched off lights of the village and then attacked the family. The suspects tore garments of Rajbir Kaur who intervened to stop them from damaging articles in the house.

The police said the group was booked under Sections 452, 354-B, 323, 427, 148 and 149 of the IPC on Saturday. The police said there was a minor clash between children of the village a few day ago which turned ugly.

#Tarn Taran


Top News

Joe Biden ends 2024 re-election campaign

Joe Biden drops out of 2024 US presidential race

The 81-year-old president's decision comes four months befor...

Kanwar Yatra order: Both Muslim and Hindu owners ask staff to quit, small dhabas fear hit to income

Kanwar Yatra order: Both Muslim and Hindu owners ask staff to quit, small dhabas fear hit to income

Despite mounting criticism, the state governments defend the...

Bangladesh’s top court scales back government jobs quota after deadly unrest killed scores

Bangladesh's top court scales back government jobs quota after deadly unrest killed scores Bangladesh's top court scales back government jobs quota after deadly unrest killed scores

Ruling on an appeal, the Supreme Court orders that the veter...


Cities

View All